About Sioux City - Twice named an All-America City by the National Civic League, Sioux City, Iowa serves as the regional hub for business, employment, industry, retail trade, medical care, educational opportunities and tourism in Northwest Iowa, Southeast South Dakota and Northeast Nebraska. More than 165,000 people live in the tri-state metropolitan area.
Downtown Partners - A non-profit organization that works with stakeholders to create a vibrant, expanding downtown Sioux City.
Farmers Market - The Farmers' Market brings together all the people of the surrounding area to enjoy the bounty of the locally grown produce, delicious baked goods and beautifully hand crafted items.
Health Services - Learn more about the quality health care facilities in Sioux City.
Historic Preservation - By utilizing the expertise of the Sioux City Historic Preservation Commission members, researching current information and partnering with other groups and local, state and and national organizations they advise the City Council and other groups on preservation issues, assist businesses, educate residents and safeguard Sioux City's historic heritage.
Housing Assistance - If you are currently a resident or looking to move to Sioux City, we have programs and tools available to help you meet your housing needs.
Library - Learn more about Sioux City's Public Library and upcoming events!
News - Stay up to date with the latest news from the City of Sioux City.
Parks & Recreation - We are excited to invite you to enjoy our fantastic amenities including our 3 pools, an ice center, rec center, 24 miles of trails, and 59 parks.
Siouxland Chamber of Commerce - As the leading Siouxland area business advocate, the Siouxland Chamber of Commerce represents its membership by promoting the economic welfare and quality of life for the tri-state region.
Visit Sioux City - Looking to take a trip to Sioux City or are you a Sioux City resident looking for something new and fun to do? Check out upcoming events!
Yard of the Month - Help keep Sioux City beautiful and recognize those who work hard to keep the community attractive. Nominate yourself, a friend, or a neighbor